Four words that will change your cookie game forever: raspberry stuffed brownie cookies. The fudgiest, gooiest cookies you’ll ever taste – and super easy to make, too! The combination of slightly tart raspberries and the sweet chocolatey brownie cookies is simply divine.
Okay, I should technically start with the basic recipe, right? Just brownie cookies. No frills, because one might think that a treat as genius as freakin brownie cookies doesn’t need any frills. And even just a few days ago, I would have 100% agreed with you.
But. But. Then I’ve tried these, and… it was a cookie dream come true. A revelation. A taste explosion. It was an ohmygod moment, and – well, it was decided. These super fudgy raspberry stuffed brownie cookies should definitely be published before the simpler (still tasty, but nowhere as spectacular) no-stuffing-involved brownie cookies.
What do you get if you pair the gooey, chocolatey deliciousness of brownies with fresh, slightly tart raspberries? The answer: these AMAZING super fudgy raspberry brownies. They’re easy and quick to make, taste absolutely delicious, and are gluten free to boot!
How many ways are there of saying ‘I love brownies’? Because I think I’ve exhausted them all. So… yeah, I love brownies. Adore them, could eat them every day, can’t live without them. Some might call it a problem, I call it an excellent taste in life’s delicacies.
Today, I bring you: super fudgy raspberry brownies. You haven’t lived until you pair the gooey chocolatiness of brownies with the tartness of raspberries. Haven’t lived, I tell you. It’s a revelation, one you’ll want to experience again… and again… and again. (Don’t say I didn’t warn you.)
These chocolate raspberry energy bars are the perfect healthy snack – handy, nutritious, satisfying and utterly delicious. They are super easy and quick to make, requiring only 7 ingredients and 10 minutes. If you’re looking for your go-to afternoon or post-workout snack: this just might be it!
I don’t know about you, but come 3 o’clock in the afternoon… I need a snack. It doesn’t have to be huge or elaborate – it can be just a few mouthfuls and I’ll be happy. Without that snack (especially if I had a lighter lunch), I tend to transform into a grumpy, shaky mess with an attention span of about 2 seconds.
Sounds familiar? I bet it does.
Making these chocolate-covered raspberry hi-hat cupcakes is like creating art. A thin, gently crunchy dark chocolate shell covers a fluffy cloud that is the raspberry-flavoured marshmallow meringue, and moist gluten free chocolate cupcakes complete what is essentially a piece of cupcake heaven.
You know those days when everything that could go wrong does go wrong? When an important e-mail ends up in the junk folder, a request is denied and a friend is feeling poorly in a really scary way? Yeah, it’s been one of those days.
I don’t deal well with days like that. I don’t deal well with stress in general. I bet I’m not the only one – more like one among many. Writing helps. Putting thoughts to paper, just getting it all out of your system. Baking, too. Being productive in that most delicious of ways. And breathing. Important, that one. Breathe in. Breathe out. Listen to a song that reminds you that what’s happened… happened and it’s not the end of the world. Breathe.
And it’s really really not the end of the world. I know it may sometimes feel like that… but it really isn’t. Just breathe. We’re okay.